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Posted: Jul 8 2012, 10:14 PM
Member No.: 970
Joined: 10-January 10
work in progress - U.S infantry , kits are from many brand ,ESCI ,Caesar and Italeri. Paint with acrylic Winsor&Newton color. I try to paint U.S infantry in WWII around 1945. For more process description please visit blog above.
Any comments are very welcome :-)
Posted: Jul 11 2012, 12:57 AM
Member No.: 1,430
Joined: 2-October 11
neat work... how to get the acrilic colors?